Tilth is a restaurant on Wallingford’s main drag that feels like home.
It’s tempting to splurge and order a variety of meat dishes at Tilth
, an organic-certified restaurant emphasizing local, sustainable ingredients. And rightly so, as Tilth offers both standard-size and “tasting” plates for nearly all of its menu items.
The Tilth menu changes monthly and is always paired with a vegan version. But at any season, the dessert is a must with items such as the almond brown butter cake or the blood orange crème brulee. Chef and owner Maria Hines also astounds with masterful vegetable dishes: Try the chilled, local asparagus.
The unassuming Craftsman house makes guests feel like they are at a cozy dinner party in someone’s home. But step outside and you’re on a lively block in the Wallingford neighborhood, the perfect spot for post-meal strolling.
Tilth, 1411 N. 45th St., Seattle, 206-633-0801
This article has been adapted from the original, which was published in July 2007 by MSP Communications.